things i learned today

tony danza was a professional boxer.  his record was 9 to 3.  all ended in a knockout, one way or the other.

and i learned that paul robeson was better than all of us. he was an actor, an all-american, professional basketball player, he was multi-lingual, he was a writer, a lawyer, and a concert singer, and oh yeah, helped influence america's social justice policies.

what have you done in your life?

rich mahogany

i can't wait for this one.  i think it just premiered, i'll buy a copy if i find one.


from the wiki page:

Jacques-Yves Cousteau died on 25 June 1997 in Paris, aged 87. His death was strongly felt in the United States, where he was one of the most popular Frenchmen. He was buried in the family vault at Saint-AndrĂ©-de-Cubzac in France. An homage was paid to him by the city by the inauguration of a "rue du Commandant Cousteau", a street which runs out to his native house, where a commemorative plaque was affixed. He also loved cats.

fogt fell.